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good >>> good afternoon, everybody, i'm larry beil. >> a dramatic rescue today in san francisco over when two teens saw a woman struggling in the water, it's unclear at this point if she fell. the teens climbed down the cliff to pull her to safety and realized they couldn't get back up the cliff. the coast guard came to the rescue and got all three. >> the victim put on a stretcher and lifted into a helicopter. you can see her being hoisted up. cruise rushed her to the doctor. the two good samaritans waded out in the ocean and waive runners rescued them. both had minor cuts and scrapes. >> we're good the calm before storm two, the second half of the wet weather double header moving in the area tonight. there could be more down trees still to come. people doing their best today to clean up after the storm. spencer christian is on the roof with an accu-weather forecast. hi, spencer. >> things may seem calm now. partly to mostly cloudy skies behind me. no precipitation at the moment. over the bay area, but this is an intense storm coming our way. you can see storms over the land ar
he can pretty much connect anyone to anyone from kanye west to larry page. he was an early investor in google and twitter in one of the most active philanthropist s.most active lancer pests. -- philanthropists. i sat down with an exclusive interview with the dallas in san francisco -- with the gala in san francisco. >> the root problem is around affordable housing and affordability in general. president obama talked about the gap in the state of the union speech. in san francisco, we plan to do something about that. >> back to the techcrunch awards you call the company to do more. -- companies to do more. tell me what you are asking companies to do. >> in san francisco, which is basically the tech chamber of commerce, is organizing volunteer activities that tech companies can subscribe to and carry out. and a lot of this is happening organically. for example, foursquare, every friday about 80 square employees go around and pick up trash. they call it clean sweep. we are hoping be clean sweep spreads to other companies in san francisco. i am sure that it will. >> ford gives 1% of the
. >> it generally makes you better. >> larry has a fantastic gallery. >> how is he different from you? >> he has a different stable of artists, a different team of people who work with him. they has a certain atmosphere. i have been working hard to create an atmosphere -- >> how do those atmospheres differ? >> i think we are artist-centric. i started as a gallerist, i traveled around to get myself a group of artists together. i became an art dealer later. in order to be able to finance some of my escapades, some of the artists i brought in early on were not easy to sell. i wanted to subsidize what i was doing with the sales of work we sell in the secondary market. larry started as an art dealer and found his passion as a gallerist. >> when you lost him, something changed in you. that is what the profile said. >> he is one of my all-time favorite artists. what changed was because i was heartbroken. that was an artist that we worked with from the early and i and the late 1990's really busted my chops to bring him to an international audience and then he jumped ship. that was tough. i learned a val
feet watching. >> 46 hours. that's a long time to dance. >> larry is hear. >> i'll sit this one out i think. giants opening day think. giants opening day starter. bruce going left in a one of the best things about is that millions of people will qualify for financial assistance. for example, if you're a single person making less than $46,000 a year, or a family of four, earning up to $94,200, you may be eligible for premium assistance. the lower your annual income, the greater financial assistance you will receive. get answers, and get covered. find out if you're eligible and enroll now. at >> coming up tonight at 11:00 o'clock. heavy rain heading to the bay area as we have talked about here. when the storm will arrive and how people on the peninsula specifically are getting ready for possible flooding. >> and beating the system to land reservation in san francisco hottest restaurant. 7 on your side michael is here tonight and he will show you the trick that people are using to snag a great spot at your favorite restaurant. join us for those stories and moreover o
and larry gegozi. how do you see that competition. >> i think competition is a greatit would be crazy if we dot have it. >> rose: in other words if you were in a very competitive place, it generally makes you better. >> exactly. and larry has a fantastic gallery. >> rose: how is he different from you? >> you know again back to what i said earlier, he's a different stable of artists, a different team of people that work with them. they have a certain atmosphere. i've been working hard to create an atmosphere -- >> rose: how do those atmospheres differ? >> i think we are really primarily artist centric. the philosophy is really puts the artists first. i started as a galleryist the first few things i did was travel around and get myself a group of artists together. like luke, that was something right in the beginning. i became an art dealer later. i realized in order to finance my escapade. some of the artists they worked in large installation and film and video. i wanted to subsidize what i'm doing with the sales of works that we sell in the secondary market. and i think in larry's case it
, serving as chief of staff for former treasury secretary larry summers before leaving to work at google and then facebook. still to come: digging deeper into a recent pr nightmare at general motors... that's in today's cover story... apple is trying to reinvent "behind the wheel." and next how car dealerships are weathering the winter! that's next after this in the know message! consumers are warming up to the idea of getting out of the house to buy new cars and trucks. following january's frost bit ---sales numbers improved significantly in february. gm's sales dropped 1% but that was a better showing than forecast by analsyts. chrysler sales roared 11 percent as car buyers put the pedal to the metal to buy jeeps to nagivate harsh winter conditions. at ford, sales fell 6%. but the car company noticed momentum building and exepcts a better seasonally adjusted annual rate. "we're expectiong a significant better month and expecting saar to finally rebound to that over 16 level." jeremy acevedo-- an analyst at, predicts automakers will reach the goal of selling mor
. >> exactly. transferred money from his before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. ameriprise asked people a simple question: in retirement, will you outlive your money? uhhh. no, that can't happen. that's the thing, you don't know how long it has to last. everyone has retirement questions. so ameriprise created the exclusive.. confident retirement approach. now you and your ameripise advisor can get the real answers you need. well, knowing gives you confidence. start building your confident retirement today. sorry to interrupt, i just want to say, i combined home and auto with state farm, saved 760 bucks. love this gu
of acquisitions. they are showing a mobile is very real. google, a very good few years under larry's leadership. i think before are there. it is clear that microsoft has to redo it. there are other candidates -- twitter attempting to become a platform. >> what does microsoft have to do? >> the problem they have is that their model was organized around the monopoly windows position antimonopoly office position for products which are now free and broadly used in platforms that they do not sell. nokia is busy announcing an android-based phone. shocking. an interesting example of the power of open systems resource. >> you have acknowledged that google missed social media. >> we did. >> microsoft ms. social media and another -- a number of other things. how does someone as smart and savvy as google ms. social media. >> i took responsibility for that. but we were busy. we were doing chrome, the number one browser. you should use it all the time. android, number one mobilepro form -- mobile platform. we were unable to do one part. we had a good. what we were missing that. >> are you happy with your marke
certainly use it as we are still if in a severe drought. >> good news spencer we need it every drop. larry is here shark tonight a little hockey. >> shark back from the break. they came back with a vengeanc vengeance. little joe. big [ sports announcer ] here's another one, alyson dudek. hales corners, wisconsin. nice pass by alyson dudek. can she hang on to that spot? and she does! [ male announcer ] with the u-verse wireless receiver, your tv goes where you take it, allowing inspiration to follow. ♪ [ dad ] looks pretty good, right? [ girl ] yeah. [ male announcer ] switch to u-verse and add a wireless receiver today. ♪ is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at ♪ >> coming up tonight at 11:00. right now police searching for whoever shot at suv on 5 80 during the evening commute and new at 11:00 o'clock. you hear from the driver of that suv what he did just moments be
over again. >> his real name is larry. >> is that true? >> larry berra. >> yogi has a better ring. >>> anyway, when we come back, an up-dale date on this morning's rebound. plus, did the weather put the brakes on auto nation's sales? mike jackson rolls out the results here on cnbc. and the prophet marcus lemonis has a big decision to make tonight. also, as we head to a break, take a look at yesterday's winners & losers. ♪ ok, how about thirty seconds? at comcast business our internet is fast. up to 5x faster than slow dsl from the phone company. and our phone's better too. sign up for internet and voice and find out how to get four weeks of internet for free. time to make the call. 800-501-6000 comcast business. built for business. predibut, manufacturings a prettin the united states do. means advanced technology. we learned that technology allows us to be craft oriented. no one's losing their job. there's no beer robot that has suddenly chased them out. the technology is actually creating new jobs. siemens designed and built the right tools and resources to get the job done. li
since her name was first put forward, and larry summers -- she has pressure with the oversight of these banks and they want to see how aggressively elizabeth lauren pushes janet yellen to push up oversight of the big banks. and more news off of the top. the chairman johnson will challenge yellen about tapering to quickly. he will caution the fed not to move too quickly to exit from its current policy, that we are on solid footing and the recovery is widespread. the message is, be careful you don't taper to quickly. >> as we can see, senator johnson is still speaking and we will come back to you throughout yellen's testimony. chief washington correspondent peter cook. michael, what would you ask janet yellen if you were a senator, who happened to be on the senate banking committee. >> the third point that peter made about what they will be talking about, that is the fed comments about changing their guidance in their january minutes. the don't like taking markets advice but with the 6.5% threshold basically obsolete, what is the next at the forward guidance? we have at other fed
. larry ellison years ago poked at them for not focusing on enterprise. a this point they've got a strong distance with xbox cloud potential, advertising potential. they can't break away from that. they've got to separate brand for the 18 to 34 set than they do for folks older who associate them with windows. they've got to figure out how to manage it. >> one to watch. not just microsoft but ballmer's future and see where that takes him over time. >>> the winkle-naut twins using bitcoin to book a flight or the virgin galactic's space flight. tickets are $250,000. my question was why would you say that on a day where an asteroid is going to come closer to the earth than the moon but clearly they're not done making news winklevoss. >> great marketing for bitcoin. the winklevosses owns a lot. getting virgin galactic back in the space. they own a lot of bitcoin at a cheap price. bitcoin is 659 according to coin desk. so the winklevoss are getting that flight cheaper than anybody. >> is this a savvy investment? >> a month ago they said we expect bitcoin to go to $4
as that bill, the should be be towed. everybody knows what the deal is about. you have a nice day, sir. larry in mississippi. we will go to walter in new jersey on our line for independents. caller: this is wrong. let's saypen up -- i'm a very conservative christian that does not a clergy.women they want to meet somewhere and i have a meeting all. to --l give me the right able open pandora's box. host: you are pushing for her to veto this bill. what pushback are you saying in the news on this bill? caller: it should be vetoed. they did not think it through. host: walter calling in from new jersey this morning on the washington journal. we should you governor brewer's tweet at the top of the show. we want to show you an interviewe that she had with cnn. it is going to hit your desk in arizona today. you are very well aware of what's next. where's your mind right now? certainly am going to go home and when i receive the bill i will read it and be debriefed on it. we have been following it. i will make my decision in the near future. i have until friday or saturday morning to determine that. >>
. >> senator pat toomey joining us. tune in tonight, larry are interview congressman dave camp. >>> meanwhile, tweet time. according to the "wall street journal" companies could being looking at your old s.a.t. scores. yikes. when considering you for a job. we're asking you, employers looking back at your s.a.t. score is as irrelevant to future performance as blank looking at blank. classic analogy. tweet us yours @. in a world that's changing faster than ever, we believe outshining the competition tomorrow quires challenging your business inside and out today. at cognizant, we help forward-looking companies run better and run different - to give your customers every reason to keep looking for you. so if you're ready to see opportunities and see them through, we say: let's get to work. because the future belongs to those who challenge the present. to manage your money.r guy around 2 percent that's not much, you think except it's 2 percent every year. go to e*trade and find out how much our advice and guidance costs. spoiler alert. it's low. it's guidance on your terms not ours. e*trade. less
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